Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1964 · Page 21
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Indiana and Gophers still undefeated Big Ten 39-15 over outsiders CHICAGO (AP)-Indiana and Minnesota remained the only undefeated Big Ten basketball teams and once-beaten Illinois boosted its prestige by winning the ; Kentucky Invitational. This was the main picture over the weekend as the sec- end, - ranked Michigan Wolverines were idle. Big Tan taams head into a comparatively light holiday stretch this week before opening up full blast in far-flung tournaments next week. Here's the slate: Monday — North Dakota at Iowa (2-3), Ohio U. at Purdue (4-1), Indiana (€-0) vs. Notre Dame at Fprt Wayne, Ind. Tuesday—Loyola of New Orleans at Michigan State (2-3), Globe-Gazette Doubles tourney for junior league bowlers KANLY MIXED AMU Kie*,raU»c <• afaaly Signal ». C«aa*t ,LaM* 1, Kaj * Mary's J. "fara'a/l, BUiisatoier Barker i. By DICK SULLIVAN The first annual Family Fun Doubles bowling tournament, sponsored by the Mason City Junior Bowling Association, will be held Sunday, Jan. 10, at Lee's Lanes and Family Bowling. gram are available at the Cero Gordo County Farm Bureau, according to Dean Snell, presi- old and under, will compete at Lee's Lanes, while the juniors, 13 years old and over, will compete at Family Bowling. Each youngster in the program may have his father^ his or her doubles partner. The »e $1.25 for each (5-0), Ohio State (4-2) at Brigham Young. l / Wednesday—Butler at Michigan (5-1), Ohio U. at Northwestern (3-2). Saturday—Drake vs. North- team). Tha tournament will b# conducted on is sanctioned western and Marquette vs. Loyola in Chicago Stadium. Illinois in start of Quaker City Classic in Philadelphia, Wisconsin' (3-3) in start of Hawaiian Invitational. Illinois became the first Big Ten team to win the Kentucky Invitational Saturday by defeating Kentucky 91 - 86. Indiana trimmed Detroit 108 - 89 and Minnesota smashed Utah State 88-69. Purdue edged Wake Forest 8683, but five other conference teams were knocked off. The Big Ten now holds a 39-15 winning edge over outside opposition. Creighton defeated Northwestern 82 - 70, Davidson bounced Ohio State 87-64, Butler shaded Michigan State 90-89, Iowa lost to Providence 71-70 and Wisconsin finished last in the Milwaukee Classic by losing to Marquette 62-61. Price supports not important for soybeans this year WASHINGTON (AP — Farmers are making less use this fall of government price supports to protect the price their soybeans. of Completed forms must be re- urned to ; the Farm Bureau of- by Jan. 11 for bowlers to >e eligible to compete in the listrict tournament Jan. 26-28. The 'winners will advance to he state finals in Des Moines in March. Only Farm Bureau members and family are eligible to enter. Bowlers may compete in the Allowing divisions: Men's team, doubles and singles; women's , doubles and singles and basis and American Junior Bowling Congress. Any youth in the community not a member of the local Junior Bowling Assn., may also participate by paying an additional 25 cent tournament fee. Entries close Wednesday, Dec. 23. Reservations for bantams are to be made through Maxine Rose (Phone 423-3818) and for juniors through Lois Severson (423-1383). Tourn a m e n t shifts are. to brt conducted at 1 and 3 p.m. on Jan. 10. * * •* Shirley Reao, "bowling with the Bennett Plumbing team last week in the Pinbuster League, shot a 652 series and a high game of 267, both of which are high for women in Mason City this season. Her other games were 180 and 205. In the 267 game, she started with an open frame, then SwUt 0, Chaneyi t. tclodee Lanes 1, Fslkmanns t. Driftwood 1, N.I. Classics S. alee Crest 2, Classic Bowl 1. Ind. highs: Gary Miller 254, Ralph Secory, Wayne Wood, Gary Miller 639. Team highs: North Iowa Classics TUESDAY COFFEE LEAGUE The 3-Plns S, Spare Mrs. 0. Fin Nickers 2. The Kathers 1. Ind. hlt;lii: Mary Johnirud 170. «6. Team hlrhs: Tie 3-Plna 411, SHIRLEY REAB Season's top game, series An Agriculture Department report showed Friday that only 15•million, bushels of 1964 crop soybeans ;had been placed under price support loans by Dec. 1 as compared with 36 million a year earlier. Market prices have been running considerably above the price support rate. Well versed in two sports NEW YORK W—Jack White, director of scouts for the New York Yankees, is a man well versed in two sports. Long before the baseball season ended White looked over the football schedule. Here's what he planned to see: Georgia Tech-Alabama, LSU Mississippi State, Nebraska- Ok]ahoma, Michigan-Northwestern, Indiana-Miami of Forida, A&M-Southern, Boston College- Villanova, A u b u r n-Alabama, Texas A&M-TCU, plus one or more post-season games. When baseball ends,' White scouts for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football league. He's been doing it for 13"years. 'tiCLA hits 18 in row to whip Boston . MILWAUKEE UFWUCLA's defending NCAA basketball cham pipns blitzed Boston College with 18 straight points late in the first half and rolled to a 115-93 victory Saturday night for the championship of the third annual Milwaukee Classic. The Bruins, ranked fifth in the nation,' exploded after being battled on Virtually even terms by thfe Eagles for the first 17 min-l, utes. Boston edged in front 4241-and then called a time out. Goats are problem fn Mediterranean ROME WI — The Food and Agriculture Organization says there are too many goats in the lands around the Mediterranean. They eat up everything arid expose the soil to damaging erosion. FAO suggests Jhat the number of goats be reduced sharply with payment to the farmers whose goats are taken. strung out nine strikes in a row,, finishing with a spare. For the Mason City Women's Association, the 267 game is equal to the ^ score rolled by Mary Dwan earlier this moi in the Night Owl League a Clear Lake. Dwan's 267 was 136 pins over her average, qualify ing her for the century awan given by WIBC. * * ,# Only two triplicates report ex this week but 'they were big ones. In the North Iowa Travel ing League at Clear Lake, Lar ry Wilson shot a trio of 180s and" in the Nite Crawler Leagu at Nora Springs, Marvelle Eth ington had a string of 177s. * # * Going up: Buster Yezek the Manly Mixed League, 159 160-161. Coming down: In th Men's Area Church League a Manly, Bob Kisner 124-123-12 and M. O. Hall, 176-156-136, alsi Jeanne Ringgenberg in the Pro gressive League, 146-145-144. ; * * * . Roger Wigton had an all-spare game of 180 while shooting in the Builders Exchange League Betty * Reynolds * earned th century award from WIBC fo: shooting a game of 106 pin over her average of 133 in thi Strikette League. * * 'They are sociable over in the Clear Lake Classic League. Th high series last week went to Ralph Secory, Wayne Wood am Gary Miller,- each with 629. * * * Entry blanks for the annua Iowa Farm Bureau bowling pro SURFER LOUNGE WELCOMES ALL BOWLERS Surf Ballroom — Cltar Lak* _ -!> Karz»rs EJ«T 1> —^-. iHMruet 1, Fmlterton's t, '•emferf Drat J. G a mile's 1. BrUct'i 4, Bars-rate Cleaners «. 1*4. U(ks: Boakie Benj«cerdei 24M arr«ll DteklaMn' «9~' "* *™ 231 ' *>•«« Wfks: Bride's •}»», S,J»«. STEAM KOLLEKS ..., 4, Local 14« 6. :ati**al Guard S. Clay. w »rkeri 1. MeNamara's t, Clav-4ic(cri 1. ipeed Wash 4, Treltin's e. Ind. hlchs: R. Cerwlnske S32, K. Ttd erson «I7. Team hicks: Speed Wash *14. J.Ml. MEN'S AREA CHURCH telhlehem Mo. 1, ry fee is $4 per person, per event, plus $1 for all-events. BUFFALO LEAGUE Smokevs Oilers 3, Wacners D-X A. "ullerloa Lumber S, West Side 0. ipotti Airport 2, Cob Skinners 1. Modem Cleaners 2, F. & C. Hamps I. Ind. hlchs: Burr Squler 237, 659. Team hlchs: F. A C. Ham p. 983, Ful erton Lumber 2,767. CENTRAL MIXED LEAGUE Tommies R. K. 2, R. Falls .Tavern 1, Cey Life Ins. 1, Ray'* Tavern 2. Hob 11 OH 3, Don'a Stor« 0. Shipley Printlnc «. Cannon Fert. 3. Ind. hlfhs: Henrietta Adams I'M) Sarrie Whlpple 505. John Lindsay 224 Rocer Wyborny, Gerald Wetter 570. Team 1,953. t: Earl Cannon Fert. 638, K. OF C. LEAGUE ?oc»-Co!a 3, Taylor Standard 1. toiy Korner 3, Cabalan's Ins. 1. Jlarney Stone 0, Lindsay Soft Water 1, lamms Beer 4, American State 0. Harrer Ins. 0, Decker Bros. 4. ' Ind. hlchs: Bob Sailer 23.1, 60S. Team hlchs: Lindsay S»ft Water 899, Decker Bros. 2,456. WOMEN'S CLASSIC LEAGUE Pioneer Fed. 3, Flame and Ember* 1 Shipley Frintlnc 3, Clock Cleaners 1. Hose Bowl 3, DeWIIde Service 1. ountry Loimce Z, Grupp's Food 2. Ind. Uchs: Arlene Sweeney 334 Betty Smith 572. Team hlchs: Rose Bowl 83*, 2,321. WOMAN'S MAJOR LEAGUE Park Inn Lounge 3, Dawson's Impr. 1 Wood Motors 2, Place* Truck Line !. Carnation 2, Stoylea Prl. Co. S. Superior Oil *, City Transit Ino. 3. Royal Crown 0, Mason City Appli. 4. St. dalr-Starks 1, Lee'i Lanes 3. Ind. hichs: Sharon Thornton !23, 53 Team hlchs: Stoylei Printlnc Co. 832 !,S55. SPARE TIME LEAGUE. Finer TV Repair 1 0, MUler'a Skeily 4 Paitlme Gardena 3, Budwelser 1 . Johnson's Sid. 4, Thomas P. "K" ». Sunray Fert. 3', Amveti 1. Ind. hffht: Thelma Bnrcener 264 565. Team blj-hi: Johnson'* Standard 683 1,823. STRIKETTE LEAGUE Hamilton Collece 0, Black * While 4 MCE A 4, Dairy Freicht «. Family Drue 0, .Hammond Orcan 4. Classic Supply 2, Gaiser Service 2. Food City 4, Berco'i Clothlnc n. Ind. hlchs: Betty • Reynolds 239 Ruby Godfredion 533. Team hlchs: Black ft While 810, 2, 243. SPUTNIK LEAGUE Pepsi «, Ervays 4. H. 'Lanes 4, Co-Op. 0. Schuvers 4, Kiwanis f. Bank .1, Advertiser 3. Ind. hlchs: ». Cerwinike 2.10, Pederaon M9. Team hlchi: Ervajrs 864, 2,536. ROLLING BELLES Ne-Hi a, Johnson Pro 0. Thompson Gro. 0, A.F.L.-C.I.O. J. Pin Dusters 3, Milk Maids 1. Ind. hirhs: D. Schmidt 103. 528. Team blchs: Fin Dusters 814, 2,359 N. C. I. TRAVELING LEAGUE W. W. 1. Melodee L. 40 5. Forest Lanet 31 2. M. C. Laun. .IS «. J. tt J. Serv. SO a, Bowlere«es 33 7. Comet L. 23 4. Melodee Ton 32 8. R. C. Boost. 25 lad. hlchs: A. Xajewskl 26X, J. Olmstead «15. Team blchs: Melodee Lanes 954, Forest Lanes 2,697. ... -. BEUB No. 1, J. Mixed 0, Bo)an 4. Ind. hifht: J. Garnass £tl. 583. Team highs: BEUB tt». 1 949, Bolai 590.- MERCHANTS LEAGUE Jrupp's Food 1, Pepsi-Cola S. ?ark Inn 0, Johnston Const. S. ildles 2. Lane Bros. 1. Reddy Kilowatt 2, M. C. Laundry 1. Lee's Lanes I, Ulen Polish 2. Stale Brand 2, Miller Hlch Life 1. Ind. hichs: Robert Retnhardt 236. 'ecll Carberry 60(1. Team hlchs: Reddy Kilowatt 9«l, Johnston Const. 2,711. crrr LEAGUE M. C. Education 2. Gerard Studio 1. Northwest. Cement 2, Northern Lbr. 1. Roof Car Wash «, Globe-Gaiette 1. luth's Cafe 2, Rose Bowl 1. Odd Lot 2, Jr. Miih Teachers 1. freeze Gas 2, Team No. 3—1. Umms Beer 2, State Brand 1. C.N.W. R.R. «, Co-Mo Photo 1. Ind. hlchs: Hank Velthoff 235, Dick Dlausen SIX. Team highs: M. C. Education Assn. »43, Northwestern Cement 2,725. N. C. I. TRAVELING LEAGUE (1st Shirt) tf. C. Bowlerettes 4. Comet Lanes 0 Forest Lanes A. J. i J. Service 1. Lanes 3, Melodee Too 1. R. City Boosters 3, M. C. Laundry 1. (2nd Shift) '. C. Laundry 3, Melodee Too 1. I. C. Boosters 1, Melodee Lanes 3. "!omet Lanes 4, J. & J. Service 0. M. C. Bowlerettes 3, Forest Lanes 1. Ind. highs: Lee George 241, Jan Olmstead 615. Team highs: Forest Lanes 930, 2, 697. HAWKEYE LEAGUE ^uttlngs Aulo 1, Pepsi-Cola S, Family Bowl 3, M. C. Glass 0. The Fullers 1. Central Heights t. 31lftons 2, Sunray Fertilizer 1. Bltker's Tire Service 3, Wareco 0. Ind. highs: Roy Stverson 215, 6G9. Team highs: The Fullers 1,008, Cen tral Heights Grocery 2,707. EARLY FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE Barrel Drive In Z, Gambles 1. Dave's M. & G. 1V4, G. A. Eddy 1V4, Red Owl 1, Lake Really 2. :.ake Crest 1, Paul's Barber Shop 2. HarUn's Standard 1, Casey Drue 2. Ind. hlchs: Dick Kobernusi 214, 586i Elsie Frampton 198, 550. Team hlchs. Lake Realty 705, 1,992 FRIDAY LATED MIXED LEAGUE Western Auto 1, Lake Crest 2. Farmers Lbr. 1, Chaneys Plb. 2. Isebands Radio 1, Pier 18. Nichols Shop 1, Floydi Service 3. Half Moon Inn 1, Hancock City, 2. Ina. hichs: -Fran -Burning- 203, 567 Harold Chancy 227, Erv Peterson *»:« Team . highs: Firmer! Lbr. 758 Chaneys 2,174. WOMEN'S CLUB LEAGUE Tumbling Ten Pins 0, Bottoms-Up S. Hot Shots 2, Lucky Four I. Plnbusters 0, Eight Balls 3. Skru Balls 3, Klassy Xeglers 1. Ind. highs: Carrie Baskett 198, Na! alie VerSteegh fl07. Team highs: Eight Balls 675, 1,969 LAKERS LEAGUE Dwyers Service 3, Hamms Beer 0. Lee's Ford ; :t, C. L. Bakery 0. C. L. Bank 3, Slate Bank 0. Melodee Lanes 2, Snyiler's Const. I. Surf Ballroom 2, Corner Tap 1. Royal Crown 3, Mirror-Reporter 9. Great Lakes 2, Jensen's Mkt. 1. Beck Exc. 2, H. & H. Tire 1. Olson Std. 2, Interstate Power 1. Ind. hlchs: Leroy Kohogfn 264, Har CEBKO COKDO CHUBCK it aftUM41*t t, M. J*k*'t 1. , Pa*!'* *, B*tsYt*sttiB 4. walmUi* t, lit Baptist J. rtany 1. W*al«y I. •ckw«)i *. Grae< KUB 4. 1. Manly BUB 3. _•»*: !>•*• H«ci 2*4, L*t 'G»raaa» Mi. T«aa» kicks: First Meltediil Ii7, ra«« EUB S,4«. THURSDAY COFFEE »wU*( Bah*s 2, Hayw4> 1. enwhalst 1, Crasy L«g> 1. "kr<* Nuts 1, Early Birds i. M. kicks: Mary LnieavUh ttt, i*4. Teaaa kicks: Early Blr4« Ml, l.tll. LUCKY It- LEAGUE Keith's Sta*4ar4 S, B«y«r H4wt. 1. * R Cher. 1, Blraai-Ols*. S. Mercy Hosp. 1, One Hr. Cleaners t. •wa Hdw.. Hut. 1, Be< LUaaa t, Hale-Phl»M «, Weher Car»*t S. Marshall-Swift h" Cities Service t. Ind. highs: Denny Anderoa 21i, BUI toyles 585. Team highs: Cities Service »I3, 2,5U, . FAMILY MIXED Lllls Exeavatlnc 4, Morel's 8. ;urrles 4, Farmers Feed a. *ancake Inn 4, Poodle Club 0. Country House 4, Nuttings Auto ». Mpers Service 4, Family Bowl ». nvestors 2, Blue Ribbon 2. Ind. highs: Mona Holt 189, Ruby God- redson 543; Ben Kramer 227, 598. Team highs: Piper's Service 730, 2. SI. FOUR STAR LEAGUE t'FO 1, Post Office 2. £ddr't L.P. 2, Swaledale Kiev. 1. farmers Elev. 1, Shop & Save 2. -arson's 1, Easter's 2. 'Isher Imp. 1, Wards I. Marian's 2, Floyd's 1. Moeller's 3, Barrel Drive 0. tnd. highs: C. Madson 233, «29. Team highs: Easter's 1,050, 2,8M. LAKETTE LEAGUE Beauty Nook 1, Graham's 2. lohnson's Paint 0. Surfer Lounge 1, ichwleterls 0, Moeller's 3. Cubits 1, Easter's 2. Corner Drue 1. Melodee Lanes 2. Ind. hlchs: Thelmm Duesenberf 210 Marcy Madsen 518. Teab highs: Surfer Lounge 797, 3,285 NITE OWL LEAGUE Thornton Bank 1, Western Aulo 2. L. Bank 2, Shop & Save 1. Melodee Lanes 1, Gus' Champlln 2. ake Park Tap 0, Geo. t Accle's 3. Thornton Co-op 2, Eastman Grain I. Ind. highs: Barbara Ludwlg 225, Fran Bartllng 545. Team hlgh>: 'Gen. * Aggie's 830 Melodee Lanes 2,310. CRAZY EIGHT LEAGUE Ethlngton Drug 0, Wltzel Truck 4. Corner Tap 4, Slate Bank 0. Rudd Oil 1, Carroll Tire 3. Ray's Tavern 3, Deep Rock 1. Ind. hlchs: Mike Parcher 231, Ed Llnderkamp 625. Team highs: Corner Tap 802, 2,862. old Thompson 675. Team highs: Great Lee's Ford 2,829. Lakes 1,030 CLASSIC DOUBLES LEAGUE Hamms Beer 4, Vic's Place 0. Plaice T. Line 2, Farmer's Feed t. Ind. highs: Cliff Allli 2fifi, SOX Team hlrhs: Farmers Feed 481, J 585. • N. I. TRAVELING LEAGUE Northwood 4, Clear Lake 1. Charles Clly 5, Manly 0. Garner 3, Mason City 2. Headquarters For AH Sporting Goods • Rifles a Shotguns a Fishing Equip. 4 BOYER 637 So. Fed. • Shells Licenses HARDWARE * PAINT Dial 433-8371 MUFFLERS Our Mufflers Ar» Guaranteed for Ufa KAUFMAN'S WESTERN TIRE STORE For Complete Beatitjr Care Try 4Js Next Time NESBIT BEAUTY SERVICE Next Tn Melodee Lanes 357-2307 — Clear Lake UCmBAnOH UAQTJK 4, Kattaul Gvara *. •B « M * M M*t»r 4. t«u. S, at«4i«al Art. 1. BcknalaH B»«r 4, ate** B«wl ». fat. McM: feast Brake]' 3?4, 54«. T«»ma hafitt: M 4 M M«Urs tit, !,. i ELKS LEAGUE tub Clothier 4, Lee's Lanes I. Buster's Standard 1, Tyler Ryan 3. ?halen Cleaners 3, City Transit 1. iudweiser 0, Sblpman's "66" 4. Superior "400" 1, Cashway 3. Tall Men 3, Farm Si Town 1. Ind. hichs: G. BItton 264, SOT. Team hichs: Superior "400" 833 2,863. INDUSTRIAL "B" nt. Ward 3, Lyons Laundry 1. Sears 0, Shlpman Propane 4. Top Hat 3, The Fit Stop 1. Allied Mills 0, J & R 4. lack & Jerry 4, Fastlme Gardens t. [*ark Hospital 0, The Processors 4. Massey Ferguson 3, Heltherg 1. Ind. highs: Howard Trevett 213, Dar rell Hansen 601. Team highs: Jack tt Jerry Shell 901 Sbipman Propane S,51~i. INDUSTRIAL "A" Connelly 1, White House 3, Rose Bowl 1, Tip Top 3. Rockwell'.Legion 3, Lloyd's Place 1. Cheney Hdwe. 1, D ft R Tap 3. Black A While 0, Coca Cola 4. Northw. Cement 1. Borden's 3. The Ramblers 2, Herb & Geo. t. Ind. hlchs: Leo Esplnosa 236, Fre FJores 603. Team hlchs: Coca Cola 1,001, 2,781 CLASSIC "880" United Home 3, Rockwell Co-op *. Tyler Ryan 3, Cashway Lbr. 0. Hennlngsen 2, Rose Bowl No. 1. 1. Shipman Propane 3, Farm & Town • Sedara Pontlao 2, Rose Bowl No. 2, Snell's Services S, Johnson Const. 0. Ind. hichs: Lee Knutson 256. C6I. Team hichs: United Home Bank 1,020 2,853. EASTER'S SUPER VALU CLEAR LAKE North lowm'l Ltrgest, Moit Complete Super Market. WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS ZC&— CORDLESS "Tf Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 "SPECIAL LAG!K • EER" Men Win Color TV In LEE'S LANES BOWLING TOURNAMENT ANY WEEKDAY AFTERNOON OR TUESDAY 9 P.M. TO 12 THURSDAY 6 P.M. TO 12 FRIDAY 9 P.M. 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Fmraiiur* £, T*ale Shell 2. laBam'i B«er 4, Barnes Trucking «. r tayd A Lcwurd S, George's Cafe 1. laamlltwi College 3, Oseo Drug 1. ynder Ins. 3, Gralm Belt 1. Banker* Life 4, McGregor .Furn. «. Ind. kicks: A! Grey 223, Lea O'Ger- >an 583. Team kicks: Hantm's Beer t«8, 1.638. NITE CRAWLER LEAGUE Mhlen's Bags 4, Hawkeye Lanes I. Drive Inn 4, Hanson's Superettes 0. >eep Roek 4, Nyllo Lassies 0. ockford Register 3, Wilier. Truek. 1. Ind. hichs: Donna Schmidt 199, Marell Elhinglon 531. Team highs: Bohler.'s 782, 2,281. STRIKE AND SPARE LEAGUE retchen's 3, Leon's Tap n. fate Bank 2, Iowa Mutual 1. Rsyal Crown S. Brilven's 0. ~lr«t National 2, Klefer Floral 1. Ind. hlchs: Judy Wolters 193. Laura .harr.lt 520. Team highs: Community State Bank SUBURBAN LEAGUK Central Heights 1, Bill's Shop J. I'lc's Plua 2, Haie-Phipps 1. Klefer's Floral 1, Carter A Cities S. Country Rouse 0, Olson Finance 3, Blarney Stone <), Family Bowl 3. Ind, highs: Thelma Burgener 181, Team highs: Vic's Pizza Palace 188, MOOSE MIXED DOUBLES 'aith 2, Vosburgb Trucking 1. .erion of Moose 3, Iowa Paint Co. ». .unning'i "66" 2, Toole Shell 1. Iharlty 3, Busch Int. B. Sellell's Painting 1, Classic Bowline 2. Vheel Inn 0, Rose Bowl 3. Hope 0, Moose Lodge 3. Ind. highs: Dixie Darling 205, 49«; 'loyd Kinnan 257, 621. Team highs: Rose Bowl 789, 2,1.18. PINBUSTER LEAGUE 'amrny'i Cafe 2, Read Grocery 1. 'arm & Town 3, Pete's Place «. Sears-ettes 1, G.M.A.C. S. ohnson Const. 0, Northw. Cement 3. ;»nnella «, Mutual Federal 1. Illand Chips 1, Shipman Propane 2. Fine TV 3, Rose Bowl 0. Grupps Food 2, Phil's Ice Cream 1. Bennett Plumbing S," Wolf' Furn. 0. Ind. htchs: Shirley Reab 267, 6.VJ. Team hlchs: Bennelt Plumbing 887, PINBUSTER LEAGUE tiark Lines 3, Olson's Flag I. lice Electric 0, Eastman Grain 4. Zeldler's 3, Raucen's Repair 1. Lecreld Oil 1, Com. Natl. Bank 3. Wlleox 1, H A II Dlst. 3. Ind. highs: Bob Harlan 243, 613. Team highs: H ft H Dlst. 1,005, Osark Air Lines 2,778. MOO8K LEAGUE aUa( C*. ». Peub) ( l«n J. Stall Brand 1. P.ll't Mali Rita J. PtlVa Place 1, Pait Gcreniars t. MUUr Bl(h LU* «, D.M,UI I.,. 3. Dyke's Service 3, aUdwelMr «. Black * White t. «rantr Service 1. Gray't Garace •, Tcoaay'g C»le I. ••«'« Uae4 Cars 5, Rowley Truek. 1. la>4. kl«a<: Fred O'Dtll 318, sis. ^ Teaaa kicks: reanlnclon Grecery S'.'S, WEDNESDAY COFFEE LEAGUE Tri»l* Qa«eis (. Tfce DuiUs 3. Slew Pekes J. B«%ilnc B*ri ]. Tk« Tkrce Mrs. 3—(Forfeit). !•«. klchs: Kuky Zobtl 1M, Mary Lutearlih 415. Team kicks: The Duties 467, Th Tkree Mrs. 1,11«. PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE Borger Gro. 0, O'Brien's M. A G, Pepsi-Cola 1. Ralph's Bicycle 2. Placc« Truck S, Carolina Groe. •. . New Yorker 3, Babbitt A Sherman 0 Benn Oil 0, Coma Photo 3. Amvets 3, Globe-Gazette 0. Northland Motel 1, S. Federal Shell ? Butlerfleld Tree 1, Red Liama ?. North Iowa Oil 3, Kelly's Breeze 0. Ind. highs: Vivian Topel. Iren. Lichtslnn, Arlene Sweeney 198, Jane Steffa 527. Team highs: Butterdeld Tree Sur geons 788, Red Llama 2.215, NORTal IOWA MIXED Th« Braaiiywm* t, Grnpp« Plata L»ack », Medical ArU 4. Electric 4, M. C. Glan ». Htrfc A G«Arf* Ti E»»»rt» •** City ], Diraeleu 3. arm A To ma 4. Wester* t. I*'. UaTka: Uarlen* Wa4« ill, KSi DeUert Meyers MM, Orvllle Blank! S3*. Teaaa klgki: Tate Electric 7*7, M«deal ArU 2,»32. ROSE BOWL MIXED Al't SaperUr OU S. Ck.ek's C«f« 1. Msx.\ey Fere. 2. SeKars PMtlae I. -S. Snell 3, Farm A T«w» •. Dare's Sup. Oil », Shipley Printing 3. R«ie Bowl 2, Herb's Ball Ska* 1. Dave's Snpcrtar OU 1, Maisey Fere. t. Ind. kicks: F. O'Dell 2*4, H. Clark 5«1< V. Ahb.tt 2«4, L. Klnnan 442. .Team highs: Herb's Ball Shop 711. Rose Kiwi 1,997. LEISURE LEAGUE Team A 1700, Team B ISOI. Team D 1735, Team C 1616. Ind. highs: Jean Moeller 15). 4M. Team highs: Team A 59), Team D 1735. DECKER LEAGUE Korn Klst 0, lowana 3, Tall Korn 1, "J2i" S. Quality 1, Standard 2. , Economy 2, Town Club 1. Golden Star 2, Midgets 1. Ind. highs: F. Groh 221, G. Brother Team hljhs: gag, j.i Buy Your Bowling Needs at ... The ROSE BOWL PRO-SHOP • Bowling Shirts and Blouses • Bowling Balls Bags and Shoes —Alto— EXPERT BALL DRILLING By HERB FRENCH You'll Bowl Better With BOWLING SHOES Of Your Own Let Us Fit You Nationally Branded BOWLING SHOES MEN OR WOMEN Save Up To 50% A Christmas Gift Crrliriol. Fits To A T. ODD LOT SHOE STORE 121 South Federal JT BRING 'EM ALL! IT'S GREAT FAMILY FUN OPEN BOWLING EVERY AFTERNOON - SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENINGS Storm Windows Repaired FREE crrr PICK-UP And DELIVERY Cheney Hardware "«0 N, Fed. DU1 423-5181 For earetree winter drlvlng-economj Giv« Your Car * Compltt. Motor Tune-Up All Mikes, Cars and Truck]. MOT ° R SERWCE 617 North Commtrcial MELODEE LANES CLEAR LAKE DM. 31, I 1M4 -ff > MBMH City, U. COMET LANES MANLY. IOWA INVITES YOU TO ENJOY BOWLING . . . Weekdays 1 P.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday — Sunday 1 P.M. to 1 A.M. AFTERNOONS 1 TO 6 3 LINES FOR $1.00 Visit Our Snack Bar and Refreshment Center . . . Serving Your Favorite Beer and Cocktails 12 OS CO DRUG The GLOBE-GAZETTE Has An Ideal CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION FOR YOU ARRANGE FOR A GIFT CERTIFICATE THROUGH THE GLOBE-GAZETTE THE WORLD IN 1964 Globe-Gazette, l*.O. Box 271, Mason City, Iowa Enclosed is $ Please send a copy of THE WORLD in 1964 as a gift to: NAME ADDRESS CITY AND STATE (Write jn Your Najne as Donor of Gift Below) DONOR: ' (Rm«fv*)d book* will b« mailed in February) $29.95 GIFT IDEAS FOR GUYS and GALS Score-King BOWLING BALL BRUNSWICK BEAUTY . $24.95 COLUMBIA 300 All Ball Prices Include; Measuring *nd Drilling • Bags • Shoes • Don Carter Gloves Balls Fitted by Doug Lee CLASSIC BOWLING SUPPLY 719 North Federal Open Monday and Friday Nights The PRESENT With A FUTURE For A Cherished Gift. The Nickel Everyone Wants. 1950D GEM. Jefferson Nickels. Unc. '25 00 Ea. These Are Being Forecast At $10,000 A Roll In 1971. NEW-NEW-NEW Geo. Haylings Book "The Profit March of Early Coins" $4.95 The Best Book You Will Ever Buy. —Just Arrived— Yeoman's Book Of World Coins $5 95 6th Edition J A Must For All Collectors -PROOF SETS- 1955 41.00 1956 18.00 1957 10.00 1958 16.50 1959 10.00 1960 9.00 1961 7.00 1 1962 7.00 1963 9.00 1964 16.00 Uncirculated Lincoln -Ccnf Rolls- 1959D 1 Roll . . 1.65 10 Rolls . 15.00 1960 1 Roll . . 1.75 10 Rolls . 15.00 1960D 1 Roll . . 1.50 10 Rolls . 12.50 1961 1 Roll . . 1.50 10 Rolls . 12.50 — lighted — Magnifying Glass Carter 8 Gilles 14 Fir* Start N.W. ITry A Wont Ad — 4234270

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